F1 champion Sebastian Vettel has decided to part ways with the Maranello-built entries from his collection. The cars were sold by British exotic car dealer Tom Hartley Jnr. The lineup includes examples from three decades; earliest in the chronology is a 1996 F50, and the most recent is a LaFerrari example from 2016.
Among the gems in the collection is the 2004 Enzo with Ferrari’s ‘Red Book’ Classiche stamp, which had logged just 1,112 miles when it was put up for sale. But that car found a buyer in extremely short order. The LaFerrari, too, was snapped up fast; that example had less than 400 miles on the odometer at the time it changed hands.
The ’96 F50 quickly sold as well. The other cars in the lot include a 2015 458 Speciale with 1,864 miles, and a 2016 F12 with 745 miles. And three from Vettel’s home country of Germany: a 2009 Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG Black Series, a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Gullwing, and a 2002 BMW Z8. That latter saw a fair amount of use, as its odometer has notched up about 13,000 miles.